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County - Devon | Map
Tel code: 01643 | code search
Postcode: EX36 | code search
Population: 4500
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Folk Customs:
Burning the Ashen Faggot
Hatherleigh Carnival Tar Barrels
Kingsteignton Ram Roast
Passing the Port
Pretty Maidís Charity
Tar Barrels & Rock Cannons of Ottery
The Barnstaple Shilling
Turning the Devilís Stone

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Pannier Market
"Lovely market in a very attractive and accessible traditional market town centre. The Pannier Market is housed in a historic market hall that gives a good sense of how it ..." More

Quince Honey Farm
"went whith shearing holidays stayed in ilfracome had a great time at your farm and was very imprest with the hives and the info that was every where the hives ..." More

The George Hotel
"Good Points: Friendly and helpful staff that keeps a clean, fresh hotel in an English market town. The food was very good, although there are plenty of choose to eat ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in South Molton | 10 Places to Stay

South Molton is a small Devonshire Market town that turns back the pages of history to Saxon times, itís placed at the southern edge of Dartmoor on the banks of the River Mole, and is home to just over four thousand people. There is an eclectic mix of buildings that span through the ages and a 15th Century church which makes an interesting interlude, time it right, and the melodious sound of the eight bells can be heard. There are antique, craft and interesting shops, or for a chance to escape the hustle and bustle there is a choice of the dramatic Moorland landscape where wide open spaces meet vast expanse of sky, the South West Coastal Path with stunning seascapes, or perhaps take the Heritage Trail which showcases the many treasures of the town. The Museum will impress with itís ancient Fire Engine and Cider press, or perhaps the tour around the Chocolate factory will be hard to resist. The poignant and evocative exhibits on offer at Cobbaton Combat Collection will show weapons, uniforms, and even the Ration Books of a by gone era. Or why not take a look at the industrious Honey Bees making delicious honey at Quince Honey Farm.

Attraction

Quince Honey Farm
South Molton & District Museum

Cottage

Jemima Puddleduck
Katie's Corner
Mrs Tiggywinkle
Peter Rabbit
Samuel Whiskers
Tom Kitten at North Hayne Farm

Estate Agent

Coombes Martyn
Phillips Land Agents
Robinson Cooke
Sherratt Guy & Associates
Stags

Farmers Market

South Molton Farmers Market

Market

Pannier Market
South Molton Farmers Market

Pub and Bar

Kings Arms
Masons Arms
Old Coaching Inn
Poltimore Arms

Sportmans Inn
The Blackcock Inn
Tiverton Inn

Restaurant

Masons Arms
Sportmans Inn
Stumbles
Tiverton Inn

Taxi

Adrians Taxis
South Molton Taxis Service Ltd

Shops

Moorland Larder
Boots
Robins Shoes
Griffinís Yard
Country Cottage Cooking.com
Sidemoor Diner
The South Street Kitchen
J May Butchers
The Pot Bank
Home & Garden
Melchior Chocolates

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Hancocks Devon Cider
Bray Valley Wines
The Flower Shop Florist
Crafts at Griffins Yard
The South Street Kitchen
Source for the Goose

Places to Stay near South Molton

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The George Hotel (0.12 miles)

The George Hotel
The George Hotel is Grade 2 listed and is located in the heart of South Molton. Dating back to the seventeenth century, we have nine comfortable ensuite bedrooms, a Resident's Lounge, Restaurant open to the ... More | visit website
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Belgrave B&B (0.97 miles)

Belgrave B&B
Belgrave is a detached house on the edge of South Molton, with B&B accommodation for up to 4 guests. We have off-road parking, a large garden, and a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. The town square is ... More | visit website
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West Down Farm (2.07 miles)

West Down Farm
Built in the early 1920's and within easy distance of Exmoor, Knightshayes Court, Rosemoor Gardens and Barnstaple, West Down is in a central location for your holiday or break.

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Sampson Barton Guest House (2.62 miles)

Sampson Barton Guest House

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Our 17th century Longhouse nestled amongst farmland and set in an acre of landscaped gardens has spacious sitting and dining rooms with oak beams and inglenook fireplaces. We offer delicious ... More

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Mole Cottage Bed and Breakfast (4.26 miles)

Mole Cottage Bed and Breakfast
Mole Cottage Bed & Breakfast is located in Watertown near Chittlehamholt close to Exmoor in beautiful Devon.Mole Cottage is set in the Mole Valley; the River Mole rises on Exmoor and has Game Fishing ... More | visit website
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Highbullen Hotel, Golf and Country Club (5.09 miles)

Highbullen Hotel, Golf and Country Club

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Highbullen Hotel, Golf and Country Club is beautifully set in a richly wooded 200 acre parkland estate. Boasting breathtaking views towards the romantic Devon landscapes of Exmoor and Dartmoor, the ... More

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The Cider House (6.24 miles)

The Cider House

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Perched high above the Taw Valley and enjoying glorious views, yet only 1 mile from the village pub and shop, these two delightful adjoining cottages are havens ... More

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Tannery House (6.36 miles)

Tannery House

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The Stables at Tannery House Swimbridge Barnstaple. A Luxury two en-suite bedroomed cottage with its own private entrance, lounge, kitchen dinner, utility, sauna, garden and patio, provides unique luxury family ... More

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Rising Sun Inn (6.76 miles)

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The Rising Sun Is Situated At Umberleigh On The River Taw In The Heart Of The North Devon Countryside. It Has Offered A Warm Courteous ... More
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Northcote Manor Hotel (7.22 miles)

Northcote Manor Hotel

Inside the 18th century Manor much care has been taken to create an oasis of calm and serenity where guests can relax and recharge as their needs are met by attentive and welcoming staff. The ... More | visit website

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